Close Quarter Markmanship Training
Posted on Friday, December 5th, 2014 by Brian Mitchell
Close quarter marksmanship is a key skill of the fighting soldier. Though it may seem easy as the distance is shorter, there are a range of other factors that must be considered for success in any engagement. Here Staff Sergeant Ian Arnott from the Small Arms School Corps puts the highly-trained Brigade Reconnaissance Force Troops through their paces.
At FlashpointRBT we seek to build on highly streamlined training like this by designing live cultural barriers and threats to take the place of tin targets (using non-live ammo obviously).
The ultimate confrontation for troops will be the decision taken to fire.
Altering insights to ensure a clear psychological state of mind at that moment could be vital to a soldier’s survival.
Take a look ta this BDN film …